GOULDSBORO — A 33-year-old Ellsworth woman was unharmed in a Feb. 5 accident in which her Kia Sorrento struck a deer on Route 1. Sarah Elliot was able to drive her vehicle away from the scene. The deer was euthanized, according to Police Chief John Shively.
Shortly before 9 p.m. on Feb. 19, Shively charged Trevor Porter, 29, of Gouldsboro with operating after suspension. The charge arose during a traffic stop for a motor vehicle defect on Route 1.
On Feb. 1, Officer Eli Brown responded to a brotherly squabble in Prospect Harbor. The siblings separated for the night. Schoodic EMS assisted.
On Feb. 6, Officer Adam Brackett responded to a disorderly dispute on Main Street in Prospect Harbor. The offender left the residence before the officer’s arrival.
On Feb. 4, a Gouldsboro resident was advised to get a protection order after receiving “harassing communications.” Shively investigated the complaint.
Weapon permits issued
Shively issued six concealed weapon permits in February.